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Real wood, bark and all, smoothly hollowed on the inside, to create hiding places and refuges for reptiles and small animalsTotally pet safeIn a variety of sizesMade in the USA
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Can I use this for hermit crabs?

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Pine, cedar, and other evergreen woods are poisonous to hermit crabs. Before putting ANY wood item in their crabitat, make sure you know what type it is.
Grapewood, Mopani, Oak, and Cholla are all safe for hermit crabs.
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Yep! Hermit crabs love to climb on it and burrow under it! Just make sure to supervise your crabs when using this product because if they have not molted in a while or have been in a cage or tank (hopefully you put them in a tank) with gravel, they might have trouble gripping the bark.
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Can this be used for fish?

I was wondering if this could be waterlogged to provide a hide for freshwater fish.
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I would not use this for fish as wood has a tendency to rot. creating bacteria that may harm the fish in time, However I do not know for sure if it is safe; and i gave you my opinion/reasoning.
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yes defiantly
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Is this appropriate for a guniea pig or chinchilla?

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No- a rodent will chew the paint off of it-- probably not toxic, but there are better options. (old tupperware container, for example.
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is this made of pine, and if so-can i use it w my boas?

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Yes, the log is natural pine and it can be used for snakes as it is animal safe.
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What size should I get of this for a Russian Tortoise?

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It's good for when they want to cool down or go to sleep. I have one with mine so I would say yes.
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